WHO Poll
Q: 2019/20 With seven games to go will West Ham stay up
a. Our demise was sealed when the idiots on the Board appointed Moyes, we're down
b. Despite the efforts of Moyes and the players, we will stay up by the smallest of margins
c. I'm beyond caring & couldn't give two hoots either way

Alan 1:29 Sat Nov 16
Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Leroy Sane's Manchester City team-mates are increasingly convinced the 23-year-old Germany midfielder will leave the club for Bayern Munich next year. (Telegraph)

Manchester United are weighing up a January move for England winger Jadon Sancho, 19, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær alerted by the forward's recent troubles at Borussia Dortmund. (Guardian)

Arsenal's Spain midfielder Dani Ceballos, 23, will refuse a return to Real Madrid while Zinedine Zidane is manager. (Sun via AS)

Manchester United are ready to bring forward a formal approach for Red Bull Salzburg's Erling Braut Haaland, 19, after seeing the Norway striker's value rocket during the first half of the season. (ESPN)
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Red Bull Salzburg will place a 100m euros (£85.6m) price tag on Leeds-born Haaland, son of former Leeds, Nottingham Forest and Manchester City midfielder Alf-Inge. (AS)

Manchester United are open to loaning Haaland back to Red Bull Salzburg providing they can get a deal done for the striker in January. (Mirror)

But it is believed either Real Madrid or Barcelona remain Haaland's preferred destination. (Mirror)

West Brom fear they may have to sell full-back Nathan Ferguson in January to avoid losing him for minimal compensation when his contract expires next summer. The 19-year-old has been linked with Tottenham and Crystal Palace. (Mail)

Manchester City are interested in striking a deal for Leicester and England left-back Ben Chilwell, 22, after growing frustrated with France international Benjamin Mendy, 25. (90min)

The father of Everton's Italian striker Moise Kean, 19, wants his son to quit Goodison Park and return to Italy. (Sun)

Real Madrid are keen on signing Chelsea's 19-year-old England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi. (Mirror, via El Desmarque)

Real are also thought to be monitoring Haaland, Kean and Villarreal's 20-year-old Nigeria forward Samu Chikwueze. (Star)

Chelsea have been linked with a summer move for Napoli's 25-year-old right-back Elseid Hysaj, whose contract expires at the end of the season. (Goal via Radio Punto Nuovo)

Juventus are planning on giving a new contract to Polish goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, 29, the former Arsenal player. (Calciomercato)

Leicester's Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 31, and Turkey's Caglar Soyuncu, 23, are among a number of centre-back options being considered by Manchester City. (Sky Sports)

Manchester United and Inter Milan are tracking Sporting Kansas City's American midfielder Gianluca Busio, 17, the club's director of scouting in Europe has revealed. (Tuttomercatoweb - in Italian)

Tottenham's France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 32, has revealed he could return to action as early as January as he continues his recovery from a dislocated elbow. (Sun)

Tottenham have opened contract talks with Republic of Ireland forward Troy Parrott, who only signed a deal on his 17th birthday in February. (Football Insider)

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar has ended speculation he could return to Old Trafford as director of football by signing a new deal with Ajax. (Mirror)

Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 34, will hold showdown talks with Juventus after reacting angrily to being substituted last weekend. (Mirror via Gazzetta dello Sport)


Pellegrini sees no Irons future for midfielder

West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini has decided that on loan attacking midfielder Sead Haksabanovic will not be part of the club’s future.

The £3 million signing – who wore the No 17 shirt for Montenegro in last night’s 7-0 hammering by England – will either remain on loan in Sweden with IFK Norrkoping, or sold to them or any other interested club making the right offer.

The player was initially eased out of the Hammers to Malaga but was moved onto Sweden when getting little match action at the La Liga Club.

Mario Husillos stepped in and organised a deal with the Swedish outfit where he has enjoyed a decent season before moving back to Rush Green at the end of their season.

But we are told by a senior source on e mail that the manager sees no future for him at the club and that he will either be allowed to retun to his present club on loan or sold.

Arsenal winger on trial with Hammers

Highly-rated Arsenal Academy starlet Malcolm Ebiowei is on trial at West Ham with a view to sign a permanent contract

A report by AllNigeriaSoccer on Monday revealed that Arsenal had decided not to offer Ebiowei a scholarship to remain at the club and he was now training with West Ham ahead of a potential move. He featured and scored in a West Ham u16 game for the club last Saturday, before also playing the final 19 minutes for the Hammers U18’s match.

The report suggests Manchester City, Everton and teams in Germany and France as other clubs have links to Ebiowei’s agent. For a 16-year-old.

The rumoured reason for Arsenal choosing to let Ebiowei go is that they’ve had issues with him in terms of his work ethic and attitude.

The young winger is at the centre of a tug-of-war between Nigeria, England and Holland all of which want him to be part of their International youth setup.
The news was confirmed by ExWhuEmployee on his West Ham Way radio show on Phoenix FM on Wednesday evening.

Birmingham Live

‘Wow’ - The sheer horror of facing West Brom winger Grady Diangana

Darnell Furlong has revealed his first impression of Grady Diangana

By Alex Dicken

Darnell Furlong can appreciate the daunting task facing Grady Diangana’s opponents in the Championship.

Diangana, who is on loan at West Bromwich Albion from West Ham, has been in superb form this season with four goals and four assists in 14 appearances.

The 21-year-old’s scintillating displays have prompted concern over a January recall - which Manuel Pellegrini appears to have quashed - and earned him an England under-21 call-up.

And Furlong only has to think back to pre-season to recognise just how tough facing Diangana is.

“There was a game at QPR in pre season where we played West Ham, he played second half, I played the first half,” Furlong said. “I remember watching the second half thinking, wow this kid’s sharp and really effective.

“That was all I really knew about him. But since he’s come in he’s been on fire, he’s a real problem for full-backs. He’s really hard to deal with, even in training.

“I get to watch him every day and analyse him a bit but for someone coming up against him on a single day it must be tough.”

Wing wizard Diangana has shown plenty of flare on the field for the Baggies this season and his talents don’t end there.

Away from football Diangana is a talented artist, something which Furlong wasn’t expecting to learn about his teammate.

“His art took me by surprise to be honest, I still don’t believe he’s done it,” continued Furlong. “But he’s a really nice kid who just wants to learn and work hard.

“He’s a credit to himself and I’m sure he will continue to do well with that attitude.”

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AVOR 5:44 Sat Nov 16
Re: Saturday newspapers (includes West Ham)
Cheera Alan....how comews the ww2 bomb secretly planted to demoilsh teh bowl and save our season hasnt been mentioned? :P

Texas Iron 4:08 Sat Nov 16
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ted fenton 3:24 Sat Nov 16
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Thanks Alan 1:31 Sat Nov 16

gph 2:35 Sat Nov 16
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Thanks, Alan.

gph 2:35 Sat Nov 16
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How talented an artist Diangana?

Hope he makes Jackson Pollocks of opposition defences next season.

Alan 2:07 Sat Nov 16
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Ebiowei story added.

Thanks Alan 1:31 Sat Nov 16
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Thanks Alan

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